The Yogâcāra View of Death and Rebirth
Onsite Lecture by Ven. Chang Wei. Delivered in Chinese with English simultaneous interpretation.
Saturday, October 1, 2022 at 5:00:00 p.m. UTC
Time and Location
October 1, 2022 at 5:00:00 p.m.
1025 McNicoll Ave, Scarborough, ON M1W 3W6, Canada
The lecture is delivered in Chinese with English simultaneous interpretation. While the dharma talk takes place at the Centre, the talk will be made acceable online via Zoom at the same time.
Onsite: DDM Toronto Centre, 1025 McNicoll Ave, Scarborough Ontario
Online: Zoom Meeting Room (Meeting ID: 840 8049 7804 Passcode: 2022)
There is no need to register for this event; yet, when attending,
· Please check in early at the Reception Desk.
· Be mindful of the practice of masking and physical distance, especially when interacting with others in the building, to minimize the risks of COVID spread.
Thanks to donors and volunteering Chan practitioners, majority of the Centre's events are offered free of charge including this event.
Venerable Chang Wei
Growing up in a Buddhist family, Venerable Chang Wei followed her parents to temples, learned Buddhist teachings and took refuge in the Three Jewels at a young age. In 2009, she enrolled in the Dharma Drum Sangha University and became a novice the next year. Fully ordained as a nun in 2011, Venerable Chang Wei began her service in the Dharma Drum Mountain (DDM) Sangha in 2013.
She has a keen interest in exploring the meanings of life and sharing Buddhist teachings with others, dedicating herself to making our world better through education and social care services. She is always friendly and open to exploring new things.
Venerable Chang Wei has been in Vancouver since 2016. She is currently heading Dharma Services at the Vancouver Center, teaches classes on Buddhism and beginner’s meditation practice, and facilitates Sutra recitation practice.